Microsoft is reportedly working on a new OneTlook app that will allow access on platforms, Windows, Mac and the web. The code name Monarch, according to a report, is the OneTlook app in its infancy. The new app is intended to replace Microsoft’s built-in mail and calendar apps in Windows 10 next year. These efforts are part of Microsoft’s one-look, which the company talked about last year.
The ultimate goal of the monarch Microsoft Focus on a lo look. The Redmond-based company is trying to bring in a single Lo look Client that works on platforms such as Windows, Mac, And the web. According to a report Windows Central, Onelook will not work without a full internal Microsoft account and will look to replace the desktop (Win32 And Universal Windows Platform) lo Tluk, lo Tluk on the web, and Makos Desktop client. Monarch Out is expected to offer Tluke as a single product and work with the same user experience regardless of Windows or Mac.
Windows Central reports that the app will include native OS integrations along with support for notifications, share targets, offline storage and more.
The full web version of the new lo look will be hosted by Microsoft Online. A preview of the new Monarch client will only begin later this year. Microsoft plans to replace the mail and calendar app in Windows 10 in 2022.
If you are interested in what this new experience will look like, you can install it here Lo look web app By your browser. Although not all of the connections intended for Monarch are currently available, you can get a general idea of the experience you will have.
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